30 days of Linux

Subject: General Tech | March 6, 2007 - 09:22 AM |
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A great experiment has taken place at [H]ard|OCP.  A member has just spent 30 days using the 32- and 64-bit versions of Ubuntu on 2 different computers on fairly new and one a year old.  Everything from the installation to normal everyday use like email, IM and DVD burning, as well as a foray into getting a graphics editor like Photoshop to work, and even a little gaming.  Take a look, you might be tempted to switch, yourself.

"Many people, daunted by Vista's hardware requirements and product activation issues, claim on various boards how they plan to

"switch to Linux." We spend 30 days using nothing but Ubuntu Linux to find out if this is truly a viable alternative for the

consumer."

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